How to build your brand?
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Wondering why we should use online and mobile marketing to make our first step in the online marketing world?
Read this article to discover how the tools, strategies, and techniques used in this blog, will help you to grow and develop your online brand-building techniques.
Seeking Customers Where They Are and Where You Want Them to Be
B2B marketers who are seeking to gain traction need to rethink their entire plan for acquisition. What if you could bring in leads the same way you bring in a customer? Think of it as meeting them in a restaurant and taking them out for dinner.
They all have to eat, but what if you could really be the one who fed them. No menu, no delivery. It doesn’t matter if you use traditional marketing techniques (guerrilla tactics), word-of-mouth (when I know you are talking about a product, I’m going to come to tell you about it), or different tools (like social media). If you want to really gain traction you have to create a brand that people remember.
How to Build Your Brand like Uber
Your brand building is a reflection of your products, the way you run your business, your service, the level of professionalism, and the level of service you offer. We have seen brands like Uber and Google change the way people travel.
In a study done by independent marketer Jessica Sprague, it was determined that people who have an average income of $100,000 or higher, are more likely to choose the familiar brands that offer them a low price. That should tell you something.
But if you look at the personal brands of those who make money, they tend to be more service-oriented and offer a lower price. You can see how a brand like Uber would have an edge; it’s driven by customers and not by supply and demand.
Step one of building your brand understands who you are. The answer to this could be anything, it can be a person or it could be a collection of concepts and ideas that tie you together as a business. Who is your ideal client?
A person who has high expectations can and will pay a premium is highly committed and works with you where do you want them to be?
Once you have the answer to this question, it’s time to consider where you want your clients to be. This is where planning ahead pays off big time.
Brand Building: Explained
Your ideal customer wants to be informed about the product and services that you offer
- Calls us first
2. Loves our product
3. Backs our strategy
4. Refuses to leave our platform
5. Embraces our culture
Knowing where they are today is a good start, but we need to take things to the next level. Don’t be afraid to make some decisions, but remember to keep your end in mind.
We want to build an account that:
What’s the best way to do this?
Reach out to these types of people on your social channels. The people who:
- Add value
- Give feedback
Don’t be afraid to ask for help. While you might think that you are good at everything, it’s okay to get advice and guidance from other people. I know some marketers that think that they have all the answers and that’s just not true.